Counselor Header Graphic
  • EDME Logo

     

    WHAT IS EDME? Early Dedication to Medical Education (EDME) is for any student who is interested in medicine and would like to pursue a career as a physician. EDME sessions are hosted at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) throughout the school year. These sessions include presentations from TTUHSC School of Medicine physicians, professors and health care professionals each encompassing a variety of specialties offered within the field of medicine. A light dinner is provided at every EDME session.

     

     Click here to view EDME brochure.

     

    1st EDME session of 2019-2020 year is now available on our website!

    EDME session #1 is on October 21st over  Trauma Surgery and Emergency General Surgery taught by Dr. Steven Brooks,  Assistant Professor of Surgery, Trauma Director, Director of Geriatric Trauma Services, Surgical Director of Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at Texas Tech Physicians. of Medicine for the School of Medicine at TTUHSC.

    To sign up please visit our website: https://www.ttuhsc.edu/medicine/admissions/early-dedication-to-medical-education.aspx

    Or

    RSVP here: https://gomed.ttuhsc.edu/Prospect/SignupEvent.aspx?id=35

     


     

    Comments (-1)
  •  

    Need to report bullying?  Call this number to report directly to school administration and/or counselors and remain anonymous.

    TRUST LINE FOR Hutchison Middle School(806) 370-3564 

     

    The Texas Youth Hotline is ready 24/7 to talk to parents and teens about their problems, help them consider choices and develop a sensible solution. Hotline services are free.  

    Call or Text 24/7 at

    800-989-YOUTH(6884)

    Chat at TexasYouth.org

     

    Image result for texas youth hotline

School Directory
  •  
We weren't able to find anything that matched your search criteria. Please try a new search.

  • Athletic Eligibility

    Lubbock Independent School District board policy FDB (LOCAL) states eligibility for participation in UIL activities shall be determined in accordance with applicable UIL rules, provisions of this policy, and District procedures. 

    Effective with students who enter grade 6 in the 2011-12 school year, the District shall apply additional local eligibility criteria for students participating in athletics, so that a student shall be eligible to participate in athletics only at the high school assigned to the quadrant applicable to the middle school at which the student initially participates in athletics.  This requirement shall not affect participation in any other UIL activity. 

    In addition, this restriction shall not apply to a student who:

    • Entered grade 6 before the 2011-12 school year;
    • Moves from one attendance area to another after th initial middle school participation in athletics;
    • Does not participate in athletics in a District middle school; or
    • Applies to, qualifies for, and is enrolled in a magnet program in high school.

    Beginning in the 2012-13 school year, a student in grades 9-12 who participates or has participated in athletics during high school shall be eligible only at the high school at which he or she has participated.  This restriction shall not apply to a person who:

    • Moves from one attendance area to another after initial high school participation in athletics; and
    • Applies to, qualifies for, and is enrolled in a magnet program in high school. 

    http://pol.tasb.org/Policy/Download/830?filename=FDB(LOCAL).pdf